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NEW SUPERVISORS LIST INTERNSHIP 2013/2014 COMPILED BY #HANABA JOSHUA FROM THE OFFICE OF THE INTERN CORDINATOR! NOTE: FOR ANY INQUIRIES, PLEASE FOLLOW ME ON; twitter {@hanabajoshua}, facebook {Hanaba Joshua}, gmail {hanabajoshua@gmail.com}, mobile phone: {0702025660}. pliz inform a friend and don’t make changes to this Document! #Bram Community We Strive to Excel G.B.U
MAKERERE UNIVERSITY Column1 Column2Column3 COLLEGE OF COMPUTING AND INFORMATION SCIENCES EAST AFRICAN SCHOOL OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE BLIS 2, BRAM 2, DRAM 1 & DLIS 2 STUDENTS PLACEMENTS JUNE 2014

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